Net Worth: $8 Million
- Source of Wealth Sports, Soccer, Football
- Birth Place Nacogdoches, TX
- Height 1.86 m (6 ft 1 in)
- Marital Status Married to Bethany Keegan Dempsey
- Full Name Clinton Drew Dempsey
- Nationality American
- Date of Birth March 9, 1983
- Occupation Football player
- Children Elyse and Jackson
About Clint Dempsey
American professional football player Clint Dempsey currently plays for the Tottenham Hotspurs and the United States national team. He has an estimated net worth of $8 million. Born Clinton Drew Dempsey on March 9, 1983 in Nacogdoches, TX, he played for one of the top youth soccer clubs in the state, the Dallas Texans. After that, he played for the Furman University’s men’s soccer team. He was drafted in 2004 by the Major League Soccer club New England Revolution. He quickly integrated himself in the starting lineup of the club but he was hindered by a jaw injury. He still made 25 goals in 71 appearances with the club.
Dempsey moved to England and played for the Premier League club Fulham between 2007 and 2012. He is one of the club’s highest Premier League goalscorer of all time. He is also the first American player to score a hat trick in the English Premier League during the club’s 5-2 win over Newcastle United in January 2012. He joined the Tottenham Hotspurs in August 2012 for a three-year contract fee with a fee of around £6 million. He is now the highest paid US football player of all time.
As a member of the national team, Dempsey first represented the USA in the 2003 FIFA World Youth Championships in the United Arab Emirates. His first appearance with the senior team was in November 2004 against Jamaica. He was then named in the 2006 World Cup squad and scored the only goal of the team in the tournament. He recorded the fastest goal made in the US World Cup qualifying history in just 53 seconds in their win over Barbados. He made another record by scoring in just 36 seconds in their 1-2 loss to Jamaica. During the 2010 FIFA World Cup, he scored against England making him the second American, next to Brian McBride, to score goals in multiple World Cup tournaments.